UK & World News
Thursday's National Newspaper Front Pages
THE PAPERS' TOP STORIES
:: Financial Times
Investors have fled European health-care companies after the Obama administration threatened action to halt transatlantic acquisitions.
:: Daily Express
Tropical Storm Bertha is expected to unleash violent gales and torrential downpours across Britain when it strikes over the weekend.
:: Daily Telegraph
More than 650,000 savers are preparing to take advantage of Chancellor George Osborne's pension reforms over the next five years.
:: The Independent
Senior Liberal Democrats have criticised the Government's failure to confront Israel over its assault on Gaza.
:: The Guardian, The Times, Daily Mail
London Mayor Boris Johnson has declared he will "try to find somewhere" to stand for parliament next year.
Schools opened in disadvantaged areas are becoming the preserve of middle class parents.
:: The Sun
The newspaper launches a campaign demanding compensation for millions of drivers "seduced" into buying diesel cars.
:: Daily Mirror
Two talented British medical students have been stabbed to death after leaving a bar in Borneo.
:: Daily Star
The newspaper reports on Big Brother.
:: Watch the Press Preview on Sky News at 10.30pm and 11.30pm. Thursday night's reviewers will be PR consultant George Pascoe-Watson and the deputy director of Civitas, Anastasia de Waal.